Intermediate Rigging Course
This Perth-based rigging training course specifies the outcomes required to perform rigging work at the intermediate level, which includes all the outcomes for rigging work at the basic level, and also includes rigging of cranes, rigging of conveyors, rigging of dredges and excavators, rigging associated with tilt slabs, rigging associated with demolition work, and dual lifts for licensing purposes.
This comprehensive four days course involves both theory and practical components and can be completed at our training centre in Perth.
Participants who are successful in the completion of this training course will be at an advantage to secure a rigging role within the industrial, mining, oil and gas sectors.
WHAT DOES THE INTERMEDIATE RIGGING COURSE COVER?
Participants who complete the Intermediate Rigging course will acquire the skills needed to safely:
- Plan the rigging job including the inspection and selection of equipment to be used
- Perform work set up and be able to erect and dismantle plant and structures
- Plant and structure demolition
- Hoists including self climbing and with jibs
- Dual lifts and tilt slabs
- Set up of cranes, conveyors, dredges and excavators
PREREQUISITES & COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
- Participant must be a licenced basic rigger.
- Persons must be 18 years of age or older
- Photo ID must be presented i.e. current drivers licence or passport
- Basic numeracy skills
- Basic English language and literacy skills
CERTIFICATION & RIGGERS TICKET:
On successful completion of this intermediate rigging training course, candidates will receive a Statement of Attainment and Notice of Assessment which is valid for 60 days. Once a copy of your Statement of Attainment, Worksafe application and Worksafe fee has been submitted to the relevant state or territory regulator you will receive a National High Risk Licence.
*Note – The course price does not include the Worksafe application fee of $115
KITA can lodge your Worksafe application for High Risk Work Licence for $115, this includes and administration fee. Two passport photos will need to be provided.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BASIC AND INTERMEDIATE RIGGING?
The definitions of basic and intermediate rigging as defined by WorkSafe Australia are:
- Basic rigging includes the setting up of winches and hoists and covers the erection of steel
- Intermediate rigging requires all the skill of basic rigging with the addition of demolition rigging, rigging of cranes and tilt up panels as well as the ability to control multiple crane lifts.
DO I NEED TO RENEW MY INTERMEDIATE RIGGING LICENCE?
To continue working as a rigger, you will need to renew your licence every 5 years and upon renewal you will be required to pay a Worksafe fee.
HOW MUCH DOES AN INTERMEDIATE RIGGING LICENCE COST?
For an estimate on the cost of an intermediate rigging licence or if your licence has expired contact us. We can also provide you with a quote for a refresher course if your ticket has lapsed within the last 24 months.
Maximum Participants: 8people
Next dates for this course are:
16 - 19 November
14 - 17 December
18 - 21 January
15 - 18 February
22 - 25 March
27 - 30 April
17 - 20 May
21 - 24 June